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Beatles Tour Manager's 'Lost' Photographs Revealed in New Book

Posted at 7:08AM Wednesday 30 Mar 2011

Fans can get a new look at the band during its years on the road with Larry Marion's book, 'The Lost Beatles Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive, 1964-1966.' The collection features photographs taken by Bob Bonis, who served as a touring manager for the Beatles and Rolling Stones and snapped over 3,500 pictures of the bands.

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